London School of Economics
Natasha understands the value of waiting for an investment to mature. A Havergal student since Grade 4, she took on her first leadership role as a Form Representative in Grade 8, followed by involvement in Student Council, House Executive, Robotics Club Head and Relay for Life throughout her Upper School journey. In Grade 12, she was elected to be Co-Head of the Resources for Youth in India community partnership. Working with the teachers at a school in Mumbai, India, Natasha and team developed teaching videos and worksheets on a broad range of topics including climate change, technology and innovation in order to better support the educational needs of the bright but underprivileged students they are partnered with.
Outside of school commitments, Natasha started working at the age of 14 and used all of her earnings to purchase stocks and ETFs. “I have a long-term vision and I know if I keep investing my money strategically, it will set me up later in life,” she explains. Natasha was also involved in Junior Achievement, a youth-based organization in which students start real companies with the support of professionals from affiliated corporations. Learning what it takes to run a company inspired her to study Management at the London School of Economics, where she continues to invest in her future.